3 things about Woody Allen’s ANOTHER WOMAN

Another Woman [1988]

1. She begins her monologue. She’s framed in such a way that we don’t see Mia Farrow sitting opposite her. It’s as if she’s talking to us. "Everyone said when I turned 50 I’d be devastated. And they were right."
2. She’s silently reading the Rilke poems. Suddenly it all washes over her: she says nothing, but in the way she tilts her head, hand on her forehead, you see the crushing weight.
3. Last line: "For the first time in a long time, I felt at peace."

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